The Iranian EFL Journal April 2014

| May 14, 2014

The Iranian EFL Journal Volume 10 Issue 2 April 2014

  • Foreword: Dr. Paul Robertson and Dr. Rajabali Askarzadeh Torghabeh
  1. The Effect of Teaching Lexical Cohesive Devices through Short Stories on Reading Comprehension among Iranian Intermediate EFL Learners.  Maliheh Konarizadeh, Farzin Fahimniya and Ali Asghar Eftekhary
  2. The Impact of Teacher Feedback on the Accuracy of Iranian Intermediate EFL Learners: Cohesive Devices in Focus.  Seyed Mahdi Araghi and Fereshteh Asadzadian
  3. The Relationship between Trilingualism and Attention Span: the Case of Iranian Trilinguals. Saeed Khojasteh Nam, Nasser Fallah and Amir Shahraki
  4. Investigating the Impact of Emotional Intelligence in ESP Reading Comprehension Test Performance. Mostafa Khorsandi and Leila Mahd Qarabagh
  5. English as an International Language in Iran and Teachers’ Competence. Zahra Masoumpanah, Mohammad Reza Talebinezhad and Sadegh Shariatifar
  6. Iranian EFL Learners’ Attitudes towards CALL. Salma Parhizgar
  7. A Contrastive Study of Translation Strategies across Literary and Philosophical Genres. Angineh Sarkisian, Zahra Amirian and Akbar Hesabi
  8. A Comparative Study of Cohesive Devices in Reading Comprehension Texts by TEFL and Translation Students. Abdolreza Pazhakh, Elkhas Veisi and Mohammadyar-e-Raeesi
  9. The Study of Translation Strategies of English Idioms in Children’s Literary Books. Rajabali Askarzadeh Torghabeh, Navid Rahmani and Mahdie Askarpour
  10. The Cross-sectional Study of Iranian EFL Teachers’ Burnout and their Teaching Styles Preferences: Relationship in Focus. Seyyed Reza Seyyedi Noghabi and Farrokhlagh Heidari
  11. A Study of Translating Metaphors in Business Texts: A Case Study: Eat That Frog!. Sahar Soltaninejad and Masoud Sharififar
  12. The Aesthetic Comparison of Hafez Shirazi’s and William Shakespeare’s Sonnets. Mokhtar Ebrahimi and Maryam Ebrahimi
  13. Exploring the Relationship between Willingness to Communicate, Self-perception and Personality Type among Iranian EFL Learners in Ayandesazan Institute of Kerman. Behnam Safaei, Reza Pasha Moghmizade and Mohammad Shariati
  14. The Role of Power Relations in the Translations of Postcolonial Fictions: Focusing on English Translations of Persian Works. Ahmad Alibabaee and Laleh Sheivandi
  15. Item Preview and Proficiency Level in Multiple-Choice Reading Comprehension Items. Saba Vafakhah
  16. Investigating the role of Language Learning Strategies, the role of Language Learning Styles, and their relationship among EFL students of Azad University of Kerman. Masoume Askarpour Kabir, Reza Pasha Moghmizade and Mohammad Shariati
  17. A Metacritical Approach to the Translation of The Great Gatsby. Sara Zandian
  18. The Role of Form-Focused Instruction in the Acquisition of the Relative Clauses by Iranian EFL learners. Farzaneh Emadian Naeini and Ali Akbar Jabbari
  19. A Glocalized Post-Method Language Curriculum. Saeedeh Erfan Rad and Mehrshad Ahmadian
  20. Mobile vs Teacher Assisted Language Learning. Mohammad Reza Ghorbani
  21. Investigating the Relation between Topic-hood with Definiteness, Subject-hood, and Prosodic Prominence. Habib Gowhary, Akbar Azizifar and Zakiyeh Esmaeili
  22. Implementing Performance Based Assessment in the EFL Curriculum. Ashraf Haji Maibodi
  23. A Contrastive Analysis on the Application of Definite and Indefinite Articles in the Story Texts in Persian and English Languages. Atiyeh Kamyabi Gol and Beheshteh Shakhsi Dastgahian
  24. The Relationship between Teachers’ Gender and Their Emotional Attitudes. Behzad Barekat and Samaneh Karami
  25. An Exploration of RA Abstracts: From Schematic Structure to Modalization. Mohammad Reza Shamsaddini and Ali Mansouri Nejad
  26. Correct I or I Don’t Correct Myself: The Effect of Corrective Feedback on EFL Students Writing. Hussein Meihami and Fateme Husseini
  27. Translating Cultural Terms in Harry Potter. Azadeh Gholamreza Mirzaei and Masoud Sharififar
  28. The Power of Powerless Language Tests: Test Takers’ perceptions. Kioumars Razavipour
  29. Power Distribution in EFL Context: Probing the Potential Role of Age and Grade of Study. Parviz Alavinia and Seyyed Hatam Tamimi Sa’d
  30. EFL Teachers’ Perception of Professional Knowledge through In-service Programmes. Ghasemali Azadi

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